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Mercedes can be beaten in 2015 - Prost

Mercedes can be beaten in 2015 - Prost

Former world champion Alain Prost has warned Mercedes that its domination of Formula 1 could end as early as next year

Caterham insists team not threatened

Caterham insists team not threatened

Caterham's immediate future in Formula 1 team is not threatened by the Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) company going in to administration, senior management sources insist

Can Lotus 'do a Williams' in 2015?

Can Lotus 'do a Williams' in 2015?

After a disastrous 2013, Williams is now a podium contender. In contrast, after winning a race last year, Lotus is now fighting at the back. Can the Enstone team emulate Williams' revival in 2015? BEN ANDERSON analyses its chances

Kolles: F1's tail-end troubleshooter

Kolles: F1's tail-end troubleshooter

When an F1 team hits the skids, ace troubleshooter Dr Colin Kolles gets the call. Now assisting Caterham, he opens up to JAMES ROBERTS in a rare interview

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Boss of UA to sell his share in team

United Autosports boss Zak Brown has put his share of the squad's British Touring Car Championship arm up for sale

Caterham insists team not threatened

Caterham's immediate future in Formula 1 team is not threatened by the Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) company going in to administration, senior management sources insist

Ferrari man Stroll tipped for F3

Ferrari looks set to have two of its proteges racing in the Formula 3 European Championship next season

BRDC shake-up at Silverstone

The British Racing Drivers' Club has taken over the day-to-day running of Silverstone after three senior executives were suspended amid a major management restructuring at the Formula 1 venue

Mercedes can be beaten in 2015 - Prost

Former world champion Alain Prost has warned Mercedes that its domination of Formula 1 could end as early as next year

F1 News

Caterham insists team not threatened

Caterham's immediate future in Formula 1 team is not threatened by the Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) company going in to administration, senior management sources insist

BRDC shake-up at Silverstone

The British Racing Drivers' Club has taken over the day-to-day running of Silverstone after three senior executives were suspended amid a major management restructuring at the Formula 1 venue

Mercedes can be beaten in 2015 - Prost

Former world champion Alain Prost has warned Mercedes that its domination of Formula 1 could end as early as next year

Brawn, Domenicali on F1 accident panel

Former Formula 1 team bosses Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali, plus GPDA president Alex Wurz, have joined the FIA Accident Panel that will investigate Jules Bianchi's Japanese Grand Prix crash

MotoGP News

Rossi wins after Marquez crashes

Valentino Rossi claimed victory in his 250th premier class race as he won MotoGP's Australian Grand Prix after Marc Marquez crashed out of the lead

Moto3: Miller win trims Marquez's Moto3 lead

Jack Miller trimmed five points back from Alex Marquez's Moto3 championship lead by claiming a home win in an extraordinary finish at Phillip Island

Marquez on pole ahead of Crutchlow

Marc Marquez took pole for MotoGP's Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island ahead of an incredible effort from Cal Crutchlow

Lorenzo leads again in practice three

Jorge Lorenzo remained on top in Saturday morning practice for MotoGP's Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island

Rallying News

Mikkelsen to 'go crazy' for first win

Andreas Mikkelsen says he is ready to go crazy in an effort to land his first win on the final two rounds of the World Rally Championship

WRC chiefs reject Powerstage idea

The format of the World Rally Championship will not change for next season, following Thursday's crunch meeting between the FIA and series stakeholders.

M-Sport plans new base and test track

Leading World Rally Championship team and factory Bentley GT squad M-Sport is planning a multi-million pound redevelopment of its Cumbrian base, including a private test track, new factory and hotel

Sarrazin back to rallying for Corsica

Toyota World Endurance Championship driver Stephane Sarrazin will return to rallying to contest the European Rally Championship finale in Corsica next month

WEC News

Rebellion opts against hybrid switch

Rebellion Racing has no plans to upgrade its eponymous LMP1 contender to a hybrid for next season's World Endurance Championship

Top P2 drivers to get LMP1 tests

The three LMP1 factory teams have agreed in principle to offer tests to the top contenders from the LMP2 division of the World Endurance Championship next season

KCMG to expand WEC LMP2 team

The Chinese KCMG LMP2 squad is working on fielding a second entry in this year's World Endurance Championship finale in Brazil ahead of a planned two-car campaign in 2015

Conway set for second Toyota outing

Toyota test and reserve driver Mike Conway is set to get a second chance to race one of the Japanese manufacturer's TS040 HYBRID LMP1s in Bahrain next month

WTCC News

Campos signs Kwong for Suzuka

Campos Racing has signed Henry Kwong to race its second TC2 SEAT Leon at this weekend's Japanese round of the World Touring Car Championship at Suzuka

Loeb penalised for hitting Muller

Sebastien Loeb has received a post-race stop-and-go penalty for causing an avoidable collision in the second World Touring Car Championship race at Shanghai.

Bennani takes Honda's first 2014 win

Proteam racer Mehdi Bennani delivered Honda's first World Touring Car Championship victory of 2014 with a flawless drive from reversed-grid pole in race two at Shanghai

Lopez heads Citroen top four sweep

Jose Maria Lopez led home Citroen's first 1-2-3-4 of the season at Shanghai, securing the 2014 World Touring Car Championship manufacturers' crown for the team with five races remaining

IndyCar News

Chevy plays down IndyCar spy shots

Chevrolet says that a representative version of its 2015 IndyCar aero kit will not be unveiled until the homologation process is completed, despite spy shots of an early iteration appearing

Hinchcliffe joins Schmidt for 2015

James Hinchcliffe has signed a multi-year deal to join the Schmidt Peterson Motorsport IndyCar team, where he will replace Simon Pagenaud in the #77 car

IndyCar appoints engine director

IndyCar has reinforced its technical staff with the addition of former HPD figure Marvin Riley as director of engine development

Penske: Pagenaud worth fourth car

Penske team president Tim Cindric says the squad has achieved a long-standing goal in signing Simon Pagenaud to drive a fourth car in its IndyCar line-up in 2015

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